Australia is a large country and there is much more to it than the coastal cities. The Australian outback boasts of some of the most remote but spectacular destinations. It is the Australia that is less traveled and requires expert guidance to take you through the adventurous experience. This is where Air Adventure Australia comes in with over 30 years of experience behind them in taking groups of travelers through memorable experiences of the outback. AAA is not a certification but the abbreviation for Air Adventure Australia. But they deserve the highest possible certification for the consistency with which they have been providing the adventurous experience and taking care of every detail like luxurious lodging, gourmet food and the finest wine to make the adventure really enjoyable. Their control over the logistics is remarkable. For a large country like Australia, you need to plan the travel well or else you end up wasting time. They combine private aviation with efficient transfers to leave the best times of the day to soak in Australia’s most iconic scenery.
Air Adventure Australia’s Australian itineraries offer remarkable value in terms of service, cuisine and experience. The tours are mostly a combination of air cruising, land adventures and sea experiences. But the ones that take you through the Australian outback provide the unique experiences you might not get anywhere else in the world. You must experience it to believe it. If you can take two weeks off and are in a mood for adventure, the Australian Outback is the perfect destination for you. The tour guides of AAA know the outback like the back of their hand. They take you to destinations that are accessible only through air transport. You land on remote air strips and cattle stations but the arrangements to the last detail are taken care of and even in a remote destination you need not compromise with your comfort expectations. The two week tour through the outback takes you almost everywhere including the Red Centre, the Kimberley Coast and the wetlands of Kakadu. After the tour you can safely claim that you have seen the real Australia.
AAA is the creation of pioneer pastoralist and bush pilot, the late Rod Dyer. He loved the remote Australia and he started taking small groups of travelers to the outback to share his experience with them. This process was formalized as Air Adventure Australia in 1977. The best part of the outback package is the services of the on board photographic expert as you actually visit the most photogenic destinations in the country. You can avail of the guidance for photography from the award winning travel photographer Ewen Bell who has been shooting the outback and running photo tours for over a decade now. Travelers also get a tailor-made book on photography from Bell himself to remember the trip by. This particular outback tour with photography guidance is more than a year away as it will begin from June 4, 2012 but can be booked now for $15,990. The fee is truly all inclusive and apart from taxes it includes all lodging, food and transportation costs for the duration of the tour.